Yes. Full-spectrum CBD oil has traces of THC. It also contains other cannabinoids and terpenes from the cannabis plant.
Crescent Canna Full-Spectrum CBD Drops contain CBD, CBG, CBN, and less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC. We enhance our full-spectrum CBD extract with pure CBG and CBN isolates.
CBG is known for its uplifting and energizing effects and research indicates it may help improve digestion. Studies show CBN may promote relaxation, mental wellness, and healthy sleep.
CBG, CBN, and CBD work together with trace levels of THC in our Cold pressed CBD for sleep tincture to bring you relief and relaxation whenever you need it.
Is Full-Spectrum CBD legal?
Because of the, all hemp-derived cannabinoids are legal, provided they contain less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC. Crescent Canna’s Full-Spectrum CBD products are fully legal and compliant, with hemp extracts that always contain less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC.
Will Full-Spectrum CBD Result in a Positive Drug Test?
Because full-spectrum CBD contains traces of THC, there is a chance that consuming it will result in a positive drug test. If you expect to be drug-tested, it’s best to stick with CBD isolate products like Crescent Canna’s CBD Isolate Drops.
Full-Spectrum CBD Versus Broad-Spectrum CBD Versus CBD Isolate
To fully understand full-spectrum CBD, it’s helpful to also know the definitions of broad-spectrum CBD and CBD isolate.
Broad-spectrum CBD resembles full-spectrum CBD in that it contains both CBD and other cannabinoids and terpenes from the cannabis plant. The main difference between the two CBD types is that broad-spectrum CBD contains no THC.